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Gov. Sandoval details new business fee plan to fund Nevada education reform

Gov. Brian Sandoval said Thursday that his proposed business license fee to raise $438 million to fund much of his public education agenda would mean lower tax collections than under the many other tax proposals debated in Nevada over the past dozen years.
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Nevada 2014 gaming revenue declines, Strip casinos down 2.1 percent

Nevada’s gaming revenue recovery from the recession took a slight setback in 2014, ending a four-year uptick.

Officials approve Ride Genie app for taxi rides

A smartphone application designed by a Las Vegas company will soon be available for customers to hail taxis the same way people request rides from Uber.

Fiore continues to fricassee governor’s plan

I respect my doormat, but I still wipe my feet on it. That’s the impression I was left with Thursday morning after listening to firebrand conservative Republican Assemblywoman Michele Fiore discuss Gov. Brian Sandoval’s legislative agenda.

Las Vegas is one of the wealthiest big cities in the U.S.

Here are the wealthiest big cities in the U.S., based on Five-Year American Community Survey data released in December.

Here’s a list of the 10 biggest Southern Nevada projects

Over the next three years, 10 Southern Nevada projects will have $12 billion in capital expenses and spur economic development throughout the valley.

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